Diary Notes, December 19, 1937 to January 13, 1938
Transcribed excerpts from J. H. McCallum's diary during the Nanjing Massacre. McCallum was an American missionary with the United Christian Missionary Society who opted to remain in Nanjing during the Japanese invasion to help protect the civilian population. The diary entires included in the document discuss the efforts of the Safety Zone Committee to establish refugee camps. Instances of sexual and physical violence which occurred inside the Safety Zone and on the Mission's property are also described by McCallum.
Nanjing Massacre (1937/38)
Diary Notes of J. H. McCallum, December 19, 1937 to January 13, 1938, Archives of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Group 11, Box 237, Folder 3932, Yale Divinity Library, http://divinity-adhoc.library.yale.edu/UnitedBoard/University_of_Nanking/Box%20237/RG011-237-3932.pdf.